Becoming A ‘Least Vulnerable Person’ There is growing concern about COVID-19, the flu, and other infectious diseases affecting the most vulnerable people. Who are these most vulnerable people and what choices can you make for yourself and your family to become a Least Vulnerable Person. Fortunately, most of these options are under your control! Who Are The Most Vulnerable People Seniors Elderly people are the most at-risk population for infection and serious complications due to COVID-19 … [Read more...] about Becoming a ‘Least Vulnerable Person’
This simple, important calculation will give you immediate knowledge about YOUR Longevity Potential (YLP). Your M-PYR (pronounced 'empire') stands for your Minimum Potential Years Remaining. Some people absolutely love their number. Others freak out. Either way, knowing YOUR M-PYR can immediately inspire you to change the way you live your life. Take 30 seconds to find out YOUR M-PYR now and what it means to you. Compare your results with family and friends and use it as a motivation to … [Read more...] about Calculate YOUR Longevity Potential
Health Care is rising with more people than ever seeking drug-free health care as their first choice and chiropractors are the number one choice. Labeled "Essential Health Care Providers" by the Department of Homeland Security during the Coronavius Crisis, people are focusing more on keeping their immune system healthy than just trying to treat symptoms after they start. This is a great decision. A Better Way Film The new documentary film produced by Dr. Tabor Smith, A Better Way - The … [Read more...] about Health Care is Rising
Before you think that this is a “conspiracy theory” laden post, let me put your fears to rest. I am not suggesting that the government is ACTUALLY going around and eliminating people, but I am posing the question “Are the (unintentional) actions of the government truncating what could be a much longer life?” Here is a question, and a bit of a history lesson, “How exactly was the age of 65 determined for the use of Social Security?” Many have suggested that it was based upon the German … [Read more...] about Is Our Government Preventing Us From Longer Life?
As I sat here composing this blog, it struck me that we just don’t have much time for creativity anymore. Between our work, families, electronics, and other obligations, creativity gets lost in the shuffle. Women especially have historically been stifled due to the time they don’t have. Martha Freud was said to have laid out Sigmund’s clothes every morning. She would even put toothpaste on his toothbrush. George Sand worked late at night to not cut into her time spent on family obligations. … [Read more...] about Why “Me Time” Is So Important
“Use it or lose it” is a common phrase we’ve all heard. Especially in connection to our brain activity as we age. As the population’s biggest generation ages, concerns about Alzheimer’s and dementia are growing. And science is racing to find cures or treatments to ameliorate the decline in our brain function as we get older. A New Direction A new study is pointing in a different direction, however. This study examined postmortem brain tissue from people who lived past their 70s. They checked … [Read more...] about Use It or Lose It! Not Anymore!
Every child deserves to live a healthy life. This is a key premise and focus of The 100 Year Lifestyle. The choices you make for them and the decisions you teach them to make for themselves will be their gateway to a healthy or unhealthy life. The good news is that by teaching them healthy choices, you will immediately help children live healthier. The bad news is that children are being bombarded with chemical, physical and emotional stress from day one. So much so, that this generation of … [Read more...] about A Child’s Gateway to Health
The 100th NFL Season is a true testament to longevity. It began this past year on Sep. 5, 2019, and is a special season because fans will soon witness history Feb. 2, when the 100th Super Bowl takes place! The Super Bowl is a time of fun, food, and family bonding. However, sometimes we can overlook the process it takes for athletes to even reach that point. If you make it to the Super Bowl, that translates to a full, 18-game season. In other words, for 18 consecutive weeks, athletes put … [Read more...] about 100th NFL Super Bowl Is A Product Of Longevity
Laughter is the best medicine. We assume that you’ve likely heard this phrase before, and have probably even put it to the test. When you’re feeling down and things seem harder than ever, spend some time with friends, watch a funny movie, or just reminisce on better, happier days. No matter what you do, make sure to laugh. It’s true; laughter really can be a great medicine. On January 24, we all have the pleasure of partaking in Global Belly Laugh Day. This is the day to get some of your … [Read more...] about Global Belly Laugh Day
Many of us are familiar with Bank of America as a company, and probably even use their services daily. The Bank of America name that we’re all familiar with first appeared in 1923 with Bank of America, Los Angeles. Bank of Italy of San Francisco acquired it in 1928, which it then took the Bank of America name two years later. This means that it’s celebrating over 100 years of being in operation, and that’s something of which we can all be proud. Bank of America's Achievements Throughout its … [Read more...] about Bank of America Celebrates 100 Years!